Nothing against snakes in general, but invasive ones are harmful. Meanwhile, a study shows killing vampire bats to prevent rabies could actually worsen the spread of the virus.
Spiders eat insects, and pest management programs generally consider them helpful.
There may be some simple solutions.
Happy Eek Week! Here are some pictures that will change your mind about bats.
Scientists in Australia are studying tarantula venom for use as a painkiller and to treat parasites like ticks and fleas.
You can thank a serpent for your excellent vision. Primate brains may be hard-wired to see snakes, a study says.
Eek Week kickoff: 5 ways to help bees, bats and spiders! Also, ALL NEW: A special "hide-scary-picture" button for you bug-phobes. Keep calm and read on.
I ain’t saying she’s a gold-digger ...
Everyone loves a snow day. But what about a spider day? Thanks, spiders!
Eek of the Week: Toyota has a spider problem. But don't blame the arachnids!